bKL’s Charles Hasbrouck, FAIA, will moderate a panel discussion with Chicago’s new AIA Fellows as part of the Cliff Dwellers’ Architectural Lecture Series on Thursday August 24, 2017, co-sponsored by the Friends of Downtown and AIA Chicago.
bKL Architecture was honored to support Back 2 School Illinois’s Build-A-Kit event hosted by Belgravia Group. Together with Belgravia Group, Maris Construction, Sullivan Goulette & Wilson Ltd., Lincoln Title Company, and Kass Management Services Inc., we filled 800 kits with essential school supplies for YMCA children.
bKL is a proud supporter of the Chicago ACE Mentor Design/Build Program for Chicago-area high school students. We congratulate the 2017 students on a successful project installation with the National Public Housing Museum!
bKL’s Charles Hasbrouck will present rehabilitation plans for the House of Tomorrow, designed by Fred Keck for the 1933 World’s Fair, at the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s “Daytime Talk” on Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 12:15 pm.
Charles will present with Todd Zeiger of Indiana Landmarks and Tiffany Tolbert of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
bKL’s Mark Schmieding recently helped facilitate the BILT North America Conference in Toronto, where he currently serves as the Partnerships Manager on the BILT NA Committee.
BILT is an annual event, run in multiple regions around the globe, designed to cater to the needs of those who design, build, operate and maintain our built environment. As a community of professionals, it is dedicated to improving the way industry works together.
bKL’s Charles Hasbrouck recently presented “A History of the Cliff Dwellers” for Chicago Architecture Foundations’s Docents and Visitor Experience Volunteers (VEV), where he also provided an overview of the Cliff Dwellers Architecture Lecture series.
Multiple bKL projects featured in Curbed Chicago’s “Megadevelopment Cheat Sheet.”
The Selby in Toronto, designed by bKL, was featured as Urban Toronto’s Photo of the Day.
bKL designed Renelle on the River is featured in Curbed Chicago’s River North construction update.